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Two of the top mid-major teams in the nation are going to meet in what will surely be a BCS elimination game on ESPN’s Thursday Night College Football bettingfestivities, as the Boise State Broncos play host to the BYU Cougars.
We really thought that the Cougars would have been looking forward to this game, and we were right.
MAC rivals meet in what will be the first college football betting affair of the weekend, when the Kent State Golden Flashes take on the Buffalo Bulls at UB Stadium.
Kent State doesn’t have much in the way of high hopes this year for a bowl game, but if this is a game that is won, it would be a great start to the MAC season. The team hasn’t gotten much in the way of offense this year at just 338.0 yards per game, and that doesn’t seem to be changing any time in the near future for a club that routinely ranks in the bottom 50 in the nation in virtually every major offensive category.
With the college football season in full swing the college football betting strategies become more important to winning money when betting on football. That is why every week here at Bang The Book we will reveal a different strategy along with a winning pick that will help increase your knowledge of sports betting and put money in your pocket all at the same time.
This week in college football the betting strategy will focus on betting on the home underdog on national television in the lone game. This is a very broad strategy so it is important to know that it does not apply to every home dog on the national stage.
Big 12 Football-Week 4 Handicapping Guide It has been a strong start for the Big 12 with half of the 10 teams in the conference ranked in the APâ€™s latest Top-25 poll. Oklahoma leads the way at No.6 followed by …
The SEC enters Week 4 of the college football season with six teams ranked in the latest AP Top 25 poll. Tennessee dropped out after its 37-20 loss to Florida as a three-point favorite at home but the Gators moved to No.14. No.5 Georgia and No.7 South Carolina are the other two teams ranked in the East Division while the West has No.1 Alabama, No.2 LSU and No.23 Mississippi State. The following is a look at a couple of the top matchups for Week 4 in the SEC along with betting lines as provided by 5Dimes.
After another great week of the college football betting season, we are back for Week 4, as we look at the top teams, players, and trends of note for the this week on NCAA football schedule.
It’s not often that we talk about teams from the Sun Belt Conference, but we have to tip our hats to these guys. The conference has already has covers against the LSU Tigers (North Texas), Oregon Ducks (Arkansas State), Alabama Crimson Tide (Western Kentucky), NC State Wolfpack (South Alabama), Mississippi State Bulldogs (Troy Trojans),
Notre Dame started the season by rolling over Navy 50-10 as a 14.5-point road favorite in Dublin, Ireland and sneaking by Purdue 20-17 as a 14-point favorite at home, but now it will really be put to the test on Saturday night in this heated annual rivalry. The Fighting Irish won this game last season with ease in a 31-13 blowout as six-point home favorites, but has not won on the road against the Spartans since 2006.
Points are expected to hit the board in bunches this week on the NCAA football odds, where the Missouri Tigers duke it out with the Arizona State Sun Devils at Faurot Field on Saturday night.
The Sun Devils have gotten off to a 2-0 start to their season, but they really haven’t taken on all that much in the way of competition to date. This is going to be their toughest game of the year to date, as it is the first road game and the first game against a team that is going to likely be in a bowl this year.
Six digits worth of fans will be screaming Rocky Top at the tops of their lungs on Saturday night for college football betting action, as the Tennessee Volunteers take on their arch rivals, the Florida Gators.
Head Coach Will Muschamp is clearly going to be in for a challenge this week, and he knows that these are the types of games that he has to win if he wants to keep his job intact.
After two weeks of action, Alabama has clearly established itself as a serious threat to win a second-straight national championship this season. It destroyed Michigan 41-14 on opening day as a 13-point favorite and cruised to a 35-0 win over Western Kentucky as a 38-point home favorite last week. While defense continues to be the backbone of this team, the offense has put up 76 points behind a very balanced attack of running and throwing the ball, which is sort of a twist for this team.